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Spyshot: Jag tweaks X-Type

Seven years on from its original launch, Jaguar is finally taking some action to breathe new life into its slow-selling X-Type.

A facelifted version will be revealed later this year before going on sale in the UK next spring.

Our sources say that the revamp will be akin to that recently carried out on the XJ executive saloon, which means new bumpers and grille.

Mechanically, the X-Type will continue unchanged, so will offer 2.0 and 2.2-litre diesels and 2.5 and 3.0-litre V6 petrols, although the new version will offer the 2.2D with an automatic gearbox option.

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